Tuesday, November 23, 1999

Holiday food drive needs more donations




        The first day of the FreeStore/FoodBank's Thanksgiving operation went smoothly Monday, with food packages served to 1,064 households.

        On Monday, staff and volunteers gave out 45,980 pounds of food, 380 more pounds than the first day of the 1998 program.

        Donations are still needed, especially turkeys, canned green vegetables, canned fruits, canned stews and canned soups.

        The drive-through donation bay at 112 E. Liberty St. will be open until 8 p.m. today and from 8 to 5 p.m. Wednesday. Information: 241-1064.

       



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